The robust policing plan implemented by the Police has resulted in the continued decrease in the number of crimes committed in the Federation for the year so far. Preliminary crime statistics for 2019 show that January and February have 48% less crimes recorded than during the same months in 2018. Notably, burglaries are down by 68%, there has been a 44% reduction in the number of larcenies reported, and malicious damage cases have decreased by 41%. Overall, according to the preliminary data.
Acting Commissioner of Police Hilroy Brandy credits this achievement to the Police Officers who have been executing the recently revised strategy and members of the public who have been assisting the organisation.


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